October 6, 2017



Airman 1st Class Deven Augustine

56th Operations Support Squadron —Air traffic controller

Airman Augustine provides command and control to the 100 daily flights in and out of Luke Air Force Base while keeping lines of communication open with the FAA and civilian aircraft as well. He is vital to ensuring the safety of our Airmen and other pilots operating around Luke. In the year and a half he has been at Luke, he has completed his Community College of the Air Force degree and already has a bachelor’s degree. He plans to begin working on a master’s by 2019 after completing his watch supervisor upgrade next year.

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